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A simple definition of self confidence is that it’s the thing that turns ideas into action, but the more complicated to acquire central pre-conditions are self compassion, personal power, and life purpose.
Many of us can easily think of a time when we felt outranked, or put down, by another person’s misuse of power; a victim of their ‘rank foul’. But not many of us can remember when we fouled someone else.
Diamond breaks down how and why good people find themselves misusing power, challenging fondly held stereotypes that only monsters, narcissists, sociopaths and the like misuse power, not nice normal folk like you and me.
I’ve been thinking about procrastination for a couple of years now (a little bit ironic that it’s taken me this long to write about it I know).
Personal Power would have to be one of my most favourite topics; it's complex, nuanced, and paradoxical; and once you see through the lens of power, life is never the same. To celebrate the new edition of my Little Book of Power, I'm sharing a neat little summary page...
One way to analyse different approaches to mental well being is the degree to which the model serves a liberation agenda, or a social control agenda.
Understanding Inner Criticism
Spotting Inner Criticism
Why it’s Important to be a Victim
The Difference Between Psychiatry, Psychology, Psychotherapy, Counselling and Coaching
Top Ten Dumb & Dangerous Tips for Improving Self-Confidence
Myths About Therapy (that are killing us)
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